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Trump picks Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court seat

Senate Democrats don't have a majority, however, and they are powerless to block the nomination unless some Senate Republicans join them.

"Many Trump voters want there to be a check on the president's powers", Sen. Jon Kyl. He also met for roughly 30 minutes with Sen.

"Certainly, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Barrett have a lot of name recognition among supporters of the president, and I think that ultimately, when people like them are nominated, you'll see a lot of folks line up", he said.

Rabhan and others cited a case, Garza v. Hagan, in which Kavanaugh opposed a detained undocumented immigrant minor's right to obtain an abortion.

Remember: This is precisely what McConnell flagged for Trump as a potential problem with Kavanaugh's nomination: Never that he wasn't qualified, but that his extensive time in government service, and the documents that come with it, cannot only lead to possible surprises and also give Democrats grounds - legitimate or not - to delay consideration of the nomination.

Kavanaugh's nomination has already sparked controversy among Democrats - Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer promised Monday evening to fight the nomination "with everything I have" during the nomination process. The GOP leader warned against engaging in "cheap political fear-mongering".

In the days and weeks ahead, these are the senators to watch, as they meet with Kavanaugh, review his past opinions and pepper him with questions to determine what kind of justice he might be.

But Democrats in the Senate and liberals in the outside groups have called for a higher standard, saying such commitments can no longer be trusted given Trump's judicial selection process. Democrats plan to pressure two moderate Senate Republicans, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of ME, to oppose the nomination. Supreme Court, even before he arrived on Capitol Hill. The two have supported access to abortion services.

With all of the talk about Kavanaugh's stance on abortion, we wanted to see what he's said and how he's ruled on the issue. In Seven-Sky v. Holder, Judge Kavanaugh dissents from the panel's decision upholding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. And that puts Murkowski and Collins, who back abortion rights, in a tough spot.

After all, Kavanaugh worked for both Presidents Bush.

And the President walked away from a private chat with the retiring justice convinced that Kavanaugh - who once clerked for Kennedy - was the top choice, the sources said.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh stands on stage after he and Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito participated in the opening panel of Georgetown Law Journal's annual symposium, in Washington on November 2, 2017.

"Brett Kavanaugh has gotten rave reviews - rave reviews - actually, from both sides", Trump said Tuesday, a stark mischaracterization of Democrats' comments, as he left the White House for a weeklong overseas trip.

Any of the candidates on Trump's short list would probably move the court to the right. "But the constant strain through all of the rulings, through all the opinions, through all the writings is an individual who interprets the law and the Constitution as it was written and doesn't legislate from the bench". He needs only one Republican to switch if Arizona Sen.

He'll have to work to gain the vote of a sceptical Rand Paul (R-Ky.) over the government's surveillance powers.

McConnell said Tuesday that he hoped they would keep an open mind.

Conservatives will focus on moderate Democrats running for re-election in Trump country, such as Indiana's Joe Donnelly, North Dakota's Heidi Heitkamp and West Virginia's Joe Manchin.

Like the other eight justices on the court, Kavanaugh has an Ivy League law degree, spending his undergraduate and law school years at Yale.

Kavanaugh is unlikely to offer any explicit reassurances on the challenges to abortion rights that the Supreme Court receives each year. And, while working with Special Prosecutor Ken Starr who investigated President Bill Clinton, Kavanaugh authored a memo arguing for an expansive understanding of what constituted obstruction of justice, the charge many Trump campaign aides are facing in the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Each comes from a state that went for Trump.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

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